Climate Change Still Seen as the Top Global Threat, but Cyberattacks a Rising Concern
A new Pew Research Center survey conducted in 26 counties across the globe, highlights climate change, ISIS terrorism and cyberattacks as the biggest global threats. While respondents from 13 countries identified climate change as the biggest threat, ISIS was considered the main concern in 8 countries, including France, Italy, Russia, Indonesia and Nigeria.
Cyberthreats clinched the top spot in four countries, namely the United States, Japan, the Netherlands and South Africa. Poland was the only country to consider Russia’s power and influence as the biggest international threat.